● Adds up to100 using objects and the concept of 10’s.
● Subtracts or adds 10 to a 2 digit number in his/her mind, without counting, and subtracts
by 10 from numbers 1-90, using concrete objects or tools.
● Orders three objects by length.
● Begins to tell and write time using both digital and analog clocks.
● Understands data, specifically, the total number of data points, how many are in each
category and how many more or less there are in a category.
● Understands the definition of and difference between shapes and creates shapes using
● Creates 2 and 3 dimensional shapes.
● Breaks up circles and rectangles into two and four equal parts, and understands that the
parts are halves, fourths, and quarters, and that smaller parts make up larger ones.
● Explores and experiments with the world around him/her and with objects provided by
● Makes observations and records what s/he sees and learns using graphs, pictures and
● Uses her 5 senses to observe and learn about objects.
● Forms conclusions based on comparisons, sense observations and exploration
● Knows that the Sun supplies heat and light energy to the Earth
● Recognizes basic patterns in weather
● Recognizes how people impact the Earth, including concepts of conservation, recycling
and reducing pollution
● Understands that all living things have basic needs
● Distinguishes between living and non-living things
● Recognizes how living things change as they grow and mature
● Compares and describes the structural characteristics of plants and animals
● Distinguishes between types of environments and their inhabitants (hot, cold, wet, dry,
● Oceans and sea life: Waves, currents, coral reefs, sea animals, and sea plants.
● The human body: The systems that make up the body — circulatory, muscular, skeletal,
nervous, and digestive — and how to take care of the body.
● Matter: Materials come in solid, liquid, and gas forms, and matter can change states.